That’s what the entire internet was left saying after the latest trailer for “Captain America: Civil War” was released on Thursday.
The new trailer features more new footage of the battle between Iron Man and Captain America, along with the surprise debut of the beloved comic-book hero, Spider-Man.
If you haven’t watched it, check it out here.
There are tons of details hidden in nearly every frame. Let’s break down what you just saw:
The trailer opens on a secret military facility. The doors open to reveal …
Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), the Winter Soldier. He was once a puppet of the evil organization Hydra, but regained free will at the end of 2014’s “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”
Central to the film is whether or not superheroes need regulation. Because of the events of the past films, the American government believes that The Avengers need guidelines.
The Avengers are reviewing footage of the damage caused from the events of previous films. Here, we see New York destroyed in 2012’s “Avengers” movie.
Next, DC is heavily damaged after the fall of Hydra in “Captain America: The Winter Soldier.”
Finally, Sokovia is totally destroyed in 2015’s “Avengers: Age of Ultron.”
Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) is particularly affected by Sokovia’s destruction. It was her home country, and she lost her brother during the battle there against Ultron.
Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.) believes that the team needs greater regulation.
Captain America (Chris Evans) believes that heroes should take any means necessary to protect people.
It’s this disagreement which causes the “Civil War.”
In the present day, there’s another major attack. This building looks official, almost like a UN summit. What caused the explosion?
We see a new character, T’Challa, aka the Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman), hurt and surrounded by debris. T’Challa is the ruler of the fictional nation of Wakanda, so it’s possible he attended the summit that was attacked.
A huge facility rises from the waves. Is this a new headquarters for S.H.I.E.L.D. or Hydra? Maybe it’s even a new organization.
Tony and Steve’s friendship is in dire straits. As we’ve heard in previous trailers, Tony tells Steve, “Sometimes I want to punch you in your perfect teeth.”
Bucky, meanwhile, is causing all types of trouble while trying to evade capture. We don’t know why everyone’s after him, but he’s made a lot of enemies.
First, he’s riding a motorcycle and is trying to escape Black Panther.
There is no escaping from Black Panther.
Next, he has his sights set on Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) and tries to take him out with a point-blank attack.
Luckily, Tony has the world’s coolest smartwatch to protect him.
Now we see Bucky aiming a heavy-duty weapon at someone.
A careful edit makes it look like War Machine (Don Cheadle) takes the shot. His chest plate is on fire and smoke pours out of his armor. He starts plummeting to the ground.
War Machine’s injury seems to spark a major change in Tony. His role in “Civil War” seems a lot more personal.
It’s good to see that Natasha (Scarlett Johansson) can still handle herself. She’s part of Tony’s team, but, as we saw in “Winter Soldier,” she and Cap are very close friends.
Tony and Natasha have a very tense conversation moments later. “I’m not the one that needs to watch their back,” she warns him.
Cue a shot of Tony Stark looking war torn.
“This doesn’t have to end in a fight, Tony.”
We get a few more shots of Black Panther going toe to toe with Bucky.
Look at those claws! In the comics, they’re made out of Adamantium — the same fictional metal alloy that makes up Wolverine’s claws.
It’s not looking good for Bucky. Maybe that helicopter is there to help him out?
Black Panther’s clearly not feeling threatened by the helicopters.
Scarlet Witch uses her powers on Vision (Paul Bettany), bringing him to his knees. She seems much more powerful here than in her debut, and has even gained the ability to fly.
Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) is back and doing what he does best: archery.
Hawkeye fires an arrow that shatters midair, which Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) uses to propel himself across the battlefield. It looks like he falls onto Iron Man’s suit.
We also get our first look at Crossbones (Frank Grillo). He had a small role as a Hydra agent in “The Winter Solider,” but he’s back with a new set of armor.
One punch knocks Cap far across the field. In this wide shot, it looks like they’re in an African or South American nation — possibly Wakanda, the home nation of Black Panther.
With this climactic shot of the two teams rushing into battle, it doesn’t seem like the trailer could get any more intense.
And then this happens:
Marvel stunned everyone by including our first official look at Spider-Man (Tom Holland), disarming Cap and binding his hands in a single move.